Thursday, February 7, 2008

Speaking of Taking Action . . .

You may or may not know that the word "karma," which is so commonly used in the lexicon of pop culture lingo, translates to mean "action." People often misrepresent the concept of karma as being omipresent and, even, arbitrary. Omnipresent, perhaps, but arbitrary, it is not. Karma is not the equivalent of luck. You create and "burn" [or process] your own karma every moment of the day. Good actions beget good actions. Exercising bad karma inevitably brings bad karma into your life. Meaning, if you want good karma, you must take action and extend your own good karma to the world.

How can you change the daily habits of your day to include more good actions/karma?

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